Ronald V. Gregush, MD, is a fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeon. He has been in practice since 2007. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, and reconstructive surgery of the hip, knee and shoulder. He treats both adult and pediatric patients. He has a particular interest in the treatment of young adult hip disorders and hip joint preservation surgery, including both open and arthroscopic techniques.
As an active runner, hiker, and skier, he loves being able to enjoy everything the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer. For that reason, he particularly enjoys working with patients who are active and looking to return to the level of activity they had before they experienced their orthopedic setback. Whether a patient is a 16-year-old soccer player, a 33-year-old marathon runner, a 50-year-old who enjoys walking, or a 65-year-old who wants to throw the ball with grandkids, he will take the time to sit down with his patients to figure out why they are having trouble doing the things they want to be doing, and together he and his patients will come up with the best solution. Each patient is different and he believes it is his job to get to know each one, listen to concerns, understand any expectations, and provide his patients with the best surgical and non-surgical options for getting them back to being active and enjoying their lives.